Bloody Frahnce," either Natalie or Nadiya says when they open their clue in third place, at 9:15 PM, while it's still full daylight outside. One of them interviews that they're hoping for a U-Turn in this leg to use on Abbie and Ryan because they're the only ones racing for two million dollars. The network probably feels the same way. "Aaand they're just annoying," one of them adds, about which I feel the same way. Meanwhile, the twins have gone into a hotel and found out that they are in fact going to the Netherlands. "Oh my God, we're such fools," one of the twins says. Hey, don't beat yourselves up.
The Chippendales and Team Austin find the Aeroflot counter at the airport together and learn that there are no flights going to Amsterdam tonight. In fact, the earliest isn't leaving until 10:45 AM, arriving at 12:15 PM. "Only three seats," the agent adds as a kicker. You know, I've been assuming all this time that all teams have to buy four tickets for each flight to accommodate their camera and sound guys, but maybe now there are just Amazing Crewmembers waiting in the next city. Something I'm almost interested enough in to look into.
Anyway, Lexi asks the agent the next flight after that, and they're told about a Cyprus Airlines flight through Larnaca (wherever that is -- Cyprus, maybe?) that reaches Amsterdam at 1:00 PM. Trey and Lexi head over to that window, as Jaymes tells us that they've had fun racing with Team Austin, but for now, "The point is to stay in front." I'd agree, considering how long it took them to get there.
Natalie and Nadiya, on the other hand, appear to have gone to an Alitalia counter instead, where a blurry-faced agent tells them about a flight that connects in Rome and will get them into Amsterdam at 11:13. But then the agent doesn't want to sell them the seats due to the fact that their transfer time in Rome is only an hour, even when the sister in white argues the point and insists they'll take responsibility for the consequences. As if they'd have another option, as we saw a couple of legs ago in Frankfurt.